Full catalogue of courses
This self-paced course aims to support national stakeholders in developing national Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) policy and regulation. In addition to an introduction and overview, the course consists of the following four modules: 1) Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), 2) Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), 3) Financial Management, and 4) Government Stakeholder Groups and Interests.
This course is to raise awareness on the importance of the Tampere Convention, how to undertake the ratification process as well as the implementation at the national level.
This course is aimed at providing guidance for developing table top simulation exercises which will help to test if NETPs and other national strategies for disaster preparedness and response are ready to be used when disasters strike.
The course is aimed at providing information on how to develop National Emergency Telecommunications Plans through a multi-stakeholder approach including all phases of disaster management.
The course dives deep into CSIRT/SOC establishment practice, where combination of theory, unique experience with lessons learned, and hands-on practice give attendees a clear and actionable picture on how to build an effective cybersecurity team.
This training helps to successively prepare for cybersecurity team establishment and answers the main questions raised before starting:
Cette formation donne un aperçu des éléments qui, ensemble, constituent un environnement propice aux services financiers numériques et à l'inclusion financière : politique, réglementation et capacité pédagogique. Le cours présente également de nouveaux problèmes tels que la confidentialité des données et les crypto-monnaies qui n'étaient pas généralement dans l'agenda des régulateurs financiers et TIC il y a une décennie.
The objective of this course is to understand best practices in digital evidence preservation, acquisition, analysis and reporting the through use of various tools and techniques.
By the end of this training, participants should be able to:
Conocer y familiarizarse con los elementos involucrados en la Auditoría de la Seguridad de la información
This course presents a detailed methodological approach to understanding trends in cybercrimes and how cybercrimes can be investigated. It is a comprehensive course covering major forensic investigation scenarios that enable students to acquire hands-on experience on various cybercrime investigation techniques and standard tools necessary to successfully carry-out a mobile forensic investigation. This course will also teach participants how to gather electronic artifacts from mobile devices.
The Spectrum Management Training Programme (SMTP) is designed for individuals within ICT and telecommunications sectors who wish to enhance their knowledge and competence in the area of spectrum management. This includes engineers and managers working in telecommunications regulatory authorities, ICT service providers and other ICT stakeholders. Policy makers in ministries and government departments responsible for ICTs will also benefit from this programme.